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Hallberg-Rassy 36

£85,000

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Clipper Marine - Port Solent Office

13 The Slipway
Port Solent, Hampshire, PO6 4TR
United Kingdom

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Make Hallberg-Rassy 36
Year 1991
Condition Used
Price £85,000
Type Sail
Class Cruiser
Length 10.97 m
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Fibreglass
Location Portsmouth, Hampshire
Tax Status Tax Paid
LOA 10.97 m
Length at Water Line 8.53 m
Beam 3.51 m
Max Draft 1.83 m
Displacement 7500 kg
Cabin Headroom 1.98 m
Engine Type Inboard
Engine Make Volvo
Engine Model MD22
Fuel Type Diesel
Engine Year 1991
Power 57 hp
Builder Hallberg-Rassy
Cabins 2
Double Berths 2
Heads 1
Fuel Tanks 1 x 330 litres (Stainless Steel)
Fresh Water Tanks 1 x 350 litres (Stainless Steel)
Holding Tanks 1 x 52.2 litres (Stainless Steel)
Hull Shape Monohull
Windlass Electric Windlass

Description

Clipper Marine Port Solent are delighted to present this very well maintained and beautiful Hallberg-Rassy 36 1991. Comes with Volvo 57HP, electronics package including depthsounder, log, plotter, VHF, Radar Autopilot and more. 

2 double cabins with capacity to sleep 8 (including saloon). Fully battened mainsail, heavy weather no 1 high cut, furling genoa, storm jib sails.  Teak cockpit, liferaft, tender with Honda O/B

The list of extra's goes on and on. Must be seen.

Please contact Eugene Bari on 07468 865 708 or email eugene@clippermarine.co.uk for more information or to arrange a view.

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Fire Extinguishers

Firemaster 1.5kg automatic gas in engine compartment.

Powder 5A/34B Fore cabin.

Powder 5A/34B Aft cabin.

Powder 13A/89B Saloon.

Foam (spray) 21A/233B Cockpit locker.

Dorade Vents

Blanks modified for quick easy fit removal.

 

Decks

Teak on coach roof.

Guard rail gates.

Jack Stays.

Extra sheet cars and turning blocks to spinnaker winches for storm sails.

6 Person life raft.

Anchors

Electric winch modified with up and down Lofrans' switches on deck.

Main 20.4kg CQR with 75m of chain (marked every 3m).

Kedge 6.8kg CQR with 10m of chain and 40m warp.

Sails

Doyle Main Sail 3 slab reefs original.

Hood Foresail roller reefed original.

Storm jib and heavy weather no.1 high cut all orignal (stowed under forecabin bed).

 

 

Pushpit and Seats

'T' Post fitted to pushpit for Navtex/GPS aerials and stern light. This allows dinghy to be on the transom without affecting the stern light, aerials, dan buoys and two horse shoe lifebuoys. All with lights.

Ensign flown on backstay.  

Bathing Ladder

Bathing platform with platform ladder.

Dinghy/Outboard Motor

Honda wave dinghy which can be stowed securely on bathing platform and to push pit backstay. Deflated fits in cockpit locker Honda 2.3hp 4 stroke outboard on pushpit bracket. 

Cockpit

4 Versions of tables, one of which seats 6 people.

Wheel can be removed and fitted below.

Wheel leather covered.

One of tables is teak grating which can also be used to increase helmsperson height by 4.25" (10.5cm)

2x Cockpit covers, 1x Later Version with windows, 1x Old Original used during winter months.

Standard navigation/engine/autopilot instruments (Raymarine/Autohelm).

Electric horn button on compass binnacle.  

Bilge Pump

In addition to standard manual and electric the engine cooling has been modified to act as a bilge pump.

Bilge Alarm fitted.

Blinds

Except for fore cabin hatch, all hatches and portlights fitted with 'OceanAir' blinds 

TV

Aerial and 12v in saloon and stern cabin.

Speed Log

Transducer housing replaced with version that reduces water flow when removing transducer/blank.

Heads

Stainless Steel holding tank.

Outlet looped to prevent siphoning.

Secondary sea cock for closing flushing water.

 

Cabins/Berths

8 Berths in total.

Fore cabin 2 singles or double, carpeted. Saloon 3 (one is a pilot berth), fitted carpets onboard but not laid. Aft cabin, 1 double and 1 single, carpeted. 4 berths with lee clothes.

Gas

Gas alarm.

2 Cylinders with change over valve and secure for heavy weather.

Locker drain increased to more than twice original size to prevent gas locker flooding in heavy weather.

 

Propulsion and Steering

Volvo Penta MD22 Diesel 57HP 

Engine serviced and timing belt changed 6/7/15

Engine Hours 2802

Engine spares, maintenance manual and emergency fuel onboard.

All engine piping replaced/or made fire resistant. Gas fire extinguisher in engine space.

Max prop propeller.

Rope cutter.

Rudder seals replaced approx 5 years ago

 

 

Batteries

Domestic

2X Varta 12v 140Ah deep cycle, maintenance FREE.

New August 2015.

Battery monitor and reverse pulse de-sulphation unit fitted.

Engine

Standard car battery, approx 5 years old.

Engine start if 'flat battery'. Switch installed to parallel 'Domestic Batteries'.

 

Chart Table Area

Good size and stowage. 

Red lights provided for night work. 

Book rack behind seat for Almanacs, pilot books etc.

Switch panels. 

Emergency VHF Aerial.

EPIRB. Mc Murdo 406 GPS.

Carbon monoxide detector. 

Instruments

Lap top computer shelf, for electronic charts etc. Connection to a display fitted in the cockpit. (Laptop not included).

Raymarine Radar display.

Raymarine multi display.

Furuno GPS.

NAVTEX

Raymarine DSC VHF Radio

 

Mast

Spinnaker pole. 

Deck light.

'Firdell Blipper' Radar reflector.

Electric horn.

Radar Aerial

TV Aerial

VHF Aerial

'Sea-me' Radar Enhancer Aerial

Wind Instruments

Windex

Tricolour and anchor light

Backstay 'MF Aerial' 

Hull

Vessel 'out of water' for a couple of weeks every year, for inspection, replacement of depleted anodes', two coats of antifouling and max prop maintenance (grease gun, spare grease, instructions and grease nipples onboard). Last done July 2015. 

General

Spare water containers onboard/wire cutters (stays & shrouds)/hatch covers/Maintenance and instruction manuals/electrical wiring diagrams/side lights can be stowed inboard of pulpit to prevent damage by bad drivers in marinas/spare stanchions also onboard.

DISCLAIMER

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


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